Stuart O. Anderson
stuart at whispersys.com
Wed Jun 8 16:09:47 PDT 2011
Hey Sean -
Well, I don't plan to process it myself, but yes, it's 16mm Cine-X bw
reversal that gets exposed twice, then cut in half after it's
developed. You actually flip the magazine after it runs through once
and then run it through again to expose the second side (thus 'double run').
I'll give loading the magazines a shot in the noisebridge darkroom soon.
On 06/08/2011 07:24 AM, Sean Cusack wrote:
> Mr. Stuart!
> Am I correct in assuming that by double run you mean its a double 8mm
> camera? i.e. you bought 16mm film and are planning on cutting it in half?
> I have a mansfield holiday II double 8 at home...it doesn't use
> cartridges, its a straight up spool. I do a pretty good job
> unloading/reloading the film in my bathroom and not getting many light
> problems on Cine-X, so I would think the NB darkroom would be OK for
> what you're looking for...those old cameras (ok, maybe I should say my
> old camera) has some leaks in it anyways that makes the resulting
> images look pretty rad IMHO.
> On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 1:05 PM, Stuart O Anderson
> <stuart at whispersys.com <mailto:stuart at whispersys.com>> wrote:
> Hello Darkroom Users -
> I recently rebuilt and repaired an all-mechanical 1948 Revere B-63
> double run 8-mm camera. Found some of the old magazines those cameras
> used, and got 100' of Cine-X to load them with. Now, I need a
> darkroom to actually load the film into the magazines so I can start
> shooting. I'll probably build a small jig to make winding the cores
> I see on the wiki that there are some light-leaks at the moment. Are
> these bad enough to fog film during loading, such that I should work
> inside a bag?
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